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Unable to access SSL/TLS Certificates for a domain: Argument 3 passed to BaseComponentChecker::getCertificateStatus() must be an instance of PleskExt\SslIt\Certificate

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    TomBob

    hit the issue. uninstalled and reinstalled. not a cool solution at all. got to enable hsts, "keep websites secured", and OCSP stapling for 85 domains. Not cool.

    Might help Plesk nailing down the cause (didn't check if a bug report is already filed): the way we hit the issue:

    create new client and domain for client logged in as server admin. Secure domain. Client made mistake, wants to rename domain. Set SSL cert for original domain name setup to none. Rename the hosting to new domain name. Enter SSL It to create a new cert > above error shows. For all other domains / subscriptions SSL IT still works.

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    TomBob

    now that I'm going through the domains to enable again hsts, "keep websites secured", and OCSP stapling, each of those domains (1 per subscription) has the service plan locked afterwards, no matter which plan, or which permissions and settings are enabled. Need to do a re-synch to plan on top of above.

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    Anton Maslov

    Hello Tom,

    We always stick to find a root cause, though we were not yet able to do it for this issue. Nevertheless we believe sharing workaround is still better for customers.

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